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Birgitta Sif

  • 5 stars across 12 books
    Birgitta Sif was born in Iceland and lived in and around Scandinavia and America while growing up. She is the illustrator of Miss Hazeltine's Home for Shy and Fearful Cats, written by Alicia Potter, as well as the author and illustrator of the Kate Greenaway shortlisted picture book, Oliver, and Frances Dean Who Loved To Dance and Dance, both of which were endorsed by Amnesty International. Birgitta lives with her family in Cambridge. 
    7th May 2015

    Miss Hazeltine's Home for Shy and Fearful Cats

    The conquering of fear is celebrated in this stunning book from two rising stars of picture book making - Kate Green... More

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    2nd November 2017

    Snowboy and the Last Tree Standing

    Glimmering with power and hope, two acclaimed picture book makers come together to tell the story of what happens wh... More

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    7th November 2019

    The Tall Man and the Small Mouse

    On a tall hill, in a tall house, lived a tall man and a small mouse... All day long, the Tall Man does tall... More

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    6th August 2015

    Frances Dean Who Loved to Dance and Dance

    From the award-winning author of Oliver comes a book that glows from the inside out, a book that will move you t... More

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    7th November 2013

    Oliver

    The power of imagination and the strength of friendship is celebrated in this Kate Greenaway shortlisted and Amnesty End... More

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    5th March 2012

    The Magnificent Moon Hare

    The fabulous first book in an enchanting new comedy series about a magical Moon Hare. A future classic, perfect for fans... More

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    1st March 2013

    The Magnificent Moon Hare and Ghostie Gilbert

    The "Magnificent Moon Hare" is back! Ghostie Gilbert, former Knight of the Castle, has lost his armour. This means he is... More

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    2nd April 2020

    Hugo

    A Parisian pigeon passionate about people makes a new friend - with gentle themes of community and inclusivity. ... More

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    3rd June 2021

    Hugo

    A Parisian pigeon passionate about people makes a new friend - with gentle themes of community and inclusivity. ... More

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